### Table 5: Results for the distributed setting

### Table 1.5. Distributions settings chosen in validation experiments

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### Table 1.5. Distributions settings chosen in validation experiments

### Table 5: Distribution of equivalence set sizes.

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### Table 5: Distribution of equivalence set sizes.

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### Table 2: Cardinality Distribution of All Sets of Classes

"... In PAGE 5: ... Sets containing a single class can always be used for optimization; sets with two or three elements are often useful; and sets with more elements are frequently not useful. Table2 shows the cardinality distribution for all the sets of classes We expected that the algorithm would be less effective when applied to larger programs, since they make heavier usage of polymorphic data structures, which are a known weak point of the basic algorithm. However, the cardinality distributions were surprisingly similar for all five benchmarks.... ..."

### Table 5: Distribution of equivalence set sizes.

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### Table 1 Distribution of training set documents

"... In PAGE 3: ... Of the 365 documents collected, 320 were used for the training collection and 45 documents (15 from each set) were set aside to use in testing the system once it was developed. Table1 provides a list of the organizations, uniform resource locators (URLs), and number of training documents from each site. Document analysis and preliminary model development The first part of a two-pronged approach to develop- ing a model of key elements related to public health interventions was to apply standard content analysis techniques to identify commonly occurring text ele- ments across documents and to develop a preliminary model of these elements.... ..."

### Table 1. Video content distribution in the test set

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